The important technical questions for voters may include:
- Are you drowning again in infrastructure requirements you cannot make environmental sense of?
- Have the infrastructure development companies declared environmental requirements are dead to you and what would be the your reaction as a candidate?
- Do you spend more time figuring out if our city or village use cases are correct than you have an appetite just to be a council member? etc..
People have to vote for those who can create use cases that can stand to be extended by the next generation council members and be able to do better regional analysis to solve their problems with a better understanding and documentation.
High-pressure work environments often come with a range of difficult conversations - usually involving giving and receiving challenging feedbacks. Whether it's confronting a colleague or asking for budget, these interactions can be challenging and the stakes can feel high.
The silk road regional council members should be able to find environmental friendly offering of alternatives. The regional council membership should have policies in place to seize the opportunity to understand and practice range of environmental challenging reactions, receiving real-time feedback from the skilled practice scientists.
It's a rare chance to explore some risky conversations - in a risk-free setting. The silk road regional council members should give feedback while aligning the regional needs of both national and regional level parties, uncovering underlying issues, while minimizing and diffusing conflict.
Make sure to apply the "Is Like" rule to regional council member inheritance use case diagrams. The sentence "the [inheriting actor] is like the [parent actor name] should make sense in regional council use cases." Place an inheriting Actor below the Parent Actor.
To draw generalization relationship vertically, with the inheriting actor placed lower on regional council use case diagrams than the parent actor. The notation for indicating extension points within a use case bubble (life cycle of regional council member's information should be extraneous in their regional use case diagrams) etc.
It is strongly recommend to estimate the cost of developing infrastructure development use case with the environmental requirements data to gain benchmarks you can trust at national and regional level, before to start the actual budgetary action on an infrastructure use case.
A regional council work is only as good as the technical patriotic people loyal to the environment it keeps on its behalf.